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Citizens of the Sea – Karlee Mackie


The 2014 Byron Bay Surf Festival is super excited to release the first of a series of three online commercials “Citizens of the Sea” featuring visual artist Karlee Mackie | @kalmisnow

Filmed and edited by Stefan José – stefan@worxstudios.com | @stefanjosefilms

The annual Byron Bay Surf Festival focuses on the creative culture within surfing. A 3-day fusion of culture, innovation and creativity blended with sustainability & community by fusing likeminded people from around the world with art, photography, craft, music, film, fashion, design, innovation, history, workshops, presentations, swap meets, markets, lifestyle, surf and fun.

We believe Byron Bay is the perfect venue to showcase all that is unique and attractive about surfing, drawing from the rich local and national surfing heritage, the creative energy and natural surfing location that is Byron Bay.

Experience ‘Surf Culture Now’  |  24th – 26th Oct 2014  |  www.byronbaysurffestival.com

Stefan José is a Director of Photography and visual storyteller from Byron Bay, Australia. Stefan captivates audiences with his powerful and engaging motion imagery for the surf, action sport, travel, lifestyle, fashion and music industries. Stefan specialises in water cinematography and is the ideal waterman for any style or size production. “I prefer to consider my art as a deductive process, a purification of reality into my own personal vision”.

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